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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Like this...
    [youtube="AU8PId_6xec"]Feynman : Inconceivable nature of nature[/youtube]
    that deserves a super-lol.

    my best friend is an ENTP and we tend to have problems in barnes and noble because we never shut up lol. our jokes come from a variety of different sources and all converge at random parts of the joke. we tend to mimic many different things from different mediums and mix them into our own weird mimicries. his personal favorites tend to be yoda, the emperor, indiana jones father, the dude from ac/dc, and many others. im partial to gollum/smeagol from lotr as one example. it gets a little insane at times. when my ISTJ friend isn't around we drive our ENTJ friend insane with almost autistic like behavior. we tend to jump and screech about. he might fall on the floor twitching and i will climb the nearest object and just sit there making noise.

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    this is usually after a long week of school and lack of sleep lol. i promise
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    Sometimes Ne takes ideas and things completely out of context. The results are ridiculous but hey, it's all in the name of fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Sometimes Ne takes ideas and things completely out of context. The results are ridiculous but hey, it's all in the name of fun.


    Last week my ENFJ friend and I were hanging out and for some reason I kept finding the things he was saying to be funny. Partially because they were slightly humorous in their own regard, but mostly because I was imagining them out of context. I told him I want to record all of his wierd turns of phrase and string them together to see what happens. Like, he said something about muffin tops and something else about how he hates men so he can't watch gay sex in movies....

    I think I waste too many brain calories trying to think up a joke in every situation.
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    My mannerisms resemble those of Richard Feynman.

    Except, my lips tend to be in sync with my words.

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    Mine those of Hank Moody
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    I think Ti and Ne as auxillary isn't as diffuse but is much more penetrating.
    I can see what you mean in regard of comedians who I see as ENTP vs. INTP. Along similar lines:

    ENTPs seem to be more interested in the audience, and INTPs more interested in the jokes themselves. I'm being very vague, but I'm sure some of you get it. Typical E/I comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Sometimes Ne takes ideas and things completely out of context. The results are ridiculous but hey, it's all in the name of fun.
    Since I'm Ti dominant my Ne is best when it has one focal point to twist and manipulate, I'm great at twisting the meaning and intention of words or the overall points of stories. It's a lot more subdued than ENTPs but more reality based.
    My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    Sometimes Ne takes ideas and things completely out of context.
    Nope.

    Every idea/thought/action is in some way connected to another idea/thought/action, and whether or not other people can see why or how this is is their problem, not ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Mine those of Frank Moody
    My mannerisms also resemble those of Bill Gates.

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    damn it, I knew he was gonna hit me in a weak spot
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